“La Tene” Sword
AH4303 is thirty-eight inches long overall, with a simple hardwood hilt and steel scabbard.
Historical Period:- A significant Iron Age site was discovered in 1857 at La Tène, in modern-day Switzerland. The La Tène culture flourished between 450 BCE and 100 CE thoughout most of central Europe.
The people traded widely over their world; artifacts with influences from Greece and Ireland have been found in elite burials.
It is suggested that the culture was driven underground and then subsumed by Roman expansion.
Inspiration:- The original excavation in 1857 at La Tène site yielded over 40 swords; in total, 166 have been recovered. These finds inspired the creation of these reproductions.
All blades are handmade of carbon steel.
AH4303 features a plain wooden grip, steel scabbard, and is 38 inches long overall
- Blade Length : 33.40 Inch Approx.
- Blae Width 1.680 Inch Approx.
- Overall Length : 40 Inch Approx
- Weight : 1.030 kg..
- Blade made of High Carbon steel. Not Tempered, Not sharpened.
- Full Tang Blade
- Handle Material : Wood
- Scabbard : Steel